About a week ago I had my first experience sliding in my P85D. It was snowing pretty heavily, and the roads were quite slick. I was slowing to turn off of a main road, on a slight downhill, using regenerative braking. I was probably only doing 15-20 MPH, if that, at the point when I started my turn. I felt the back end start to come around, and I instinctively and incorrectly completely let off the accelerator, which of course would possibly have only served to increase the regenerative braking, which would not have helped at all in this situation. It would have been better, of course, assuming I could have done it, to try to find the point at which the car was neither braking nor accelerating. In any case, since I was going pretty slowly, I only slid for a couple of seconds, and I felt like the front end gained traction and pulled me out of the slide, and it really wasn't a big deal at all. But what I'm wondering is if the P85Ds traction control is smart enough to have recognized the slide and to have stopped the regenerative braking on its own, and if that might have contributed to how quickly I came out of the slide. It would be nice to think that next time I'd be able to react better, but decades of driving ICE vehicles and instinctively letting off the accelerator when sliding on ice is not something I'm likely going to overcome easily, especially since I'm going to still be driving my ICE some of the time. I'd like to know if the P85D is smart enough to compensate for me not being able to make the correct adjustment for how to drive using regenerative braking when sliding on ice. I do know, from reading these forums, that when driving in slippery conditions we should set regenerative braking to low. I had not done that. Thanks!